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Winter Park’s Indigenous roots are now on the mountain in signs and art installations

The history of Winter Park – Colorado’s longest continuously-operated ski area – is often told starting in the 1920s. That's when people are said to have “unofficially” started hitting the s...

Ban on assault weapons clears Colorado House

A bill to ban the sale of so-called assault weapons in Colorado cleared the Democratic controlled House on Sunday. Under the legislation, businesses and individuals would no longer be able t...

‘Speed never scared me; Going big never scared me’ 14-year-old mogul skier has her sights set on achieving Olympic firsts

It was a miserable Wednesday morning in Vail – a depressing gloom in the sky and treacherous ice on the roads on and about the Pass. Walking around was no picnic either. Watching students na...

How much money can you save on home electrification projects? Colorado has a new tool to add up incentives

Colorado residents have a new tool to estimate how much they could save on electric appliances like heat pumps and induction stoves by taking advantage of a growing number of financial incen...

Colorado debating bill that would allow local governments to regulate pesticides. Industry lobbyists are fighting it

A bill in the state legislature would allow cities to make their own rules on the chemicals, but applicators hammer a “patchwork” system

Skier dies while attempting to jump highway near Winter Park

21-year-old man was killed just west of Berthoud Pass summit

Colorado could use $700 million of TABOR surplus on a new child tax credit

Starting Spring 2025, Colorado’s lower-income families could receive an average of $2,500 per year under a state-level child tax credit. The proposal, which is moving forward at the statehou...

Littleton school bus aide accused of beating nonverbal autistic boys during rides

A Littleton school bus assistant repeatedly abused at least two severely disabled boys during trips to and from a school for kids with autism and developmental disabilities, police said, and...

Colorado could become a national model for housing transgender women in prison

Colorado will pioneer a new approach to housing transgender women in prison that experts say could become a model for other states. The move is part of a legal settlement in a case brought b...

New state office would be barrier-breaking hub for Coloradans with disabilities

Rep. David Ortiz, the first Colorado lawmaker to use a wheelchair, sees proposed Disability Opportunity Office as way to continue advocacy

Artificial intelligence is already reshaping how some Colorado students learn. Is your school on the cutting edge?

Victor Oshmyan, a sophomore at Niwot High, clicks his mouse to engage a car. It’s aimed at little model pedestrians. But he stops the car in the nick of time before it runs them over. “It ac...

Colorado pumps $21 million into fast-charger expansion for electric vehicles

As EV sales slow, Colorado wants the new stations to serve as an answer to consumer ‘range anxiety’